Spending on capital assets (also called plant and equipment, or fixed assets, or long-term assets). Capital assets are long-term assets, also known as fixed assets.
These are materials involved in the assembly or manufacture of goods for sale.
Gross margin is the difference between total sales revenue and total cost of goods sold (also called total cost of sales). This can also be expressed on a per unit basis, as the difference between unit selling price and unit cost of goods sold. Gross margin can be expressed in dollar or percentage terms.
Operating expenses are expenses incurred in conducting normal business operations. Operating expenses may include wages, salaries, administrative and research and development costs, but excludes interest, depreciation, and taxes. To learn more, check out How to Create an Expense Budget.
Short-term is normally used to distinguish between short-term and long-term, when referring to assets or liabilities. Definitions vary because different companies and accountants handle this in different ways. Accounts payable is always a short-term liability, and cash, accounts receivable and inventory are always short-term assets. Most companies call any debt of less than five-year terms...
In broad, general terms, website traffic is the number of visitors and visits a website receives. This traffic can be measured by a variety of website metrics.
Everett Rogers is an author who studied and published work on the diffusion of innovation.
The first mover is a company that attempts to gain an unchallengeable, privileged market position by being the first to establish itself in a given market. Read up on the first mover advantage and first mover disadvantage too, and for more on defining your market and target customers, check out How to Do Market Research,...